lwarren30

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Hi All,

I'm looking to aggregate data from multiple workbooks (20+) into one represented by graphs. All workbooks have worksheets by day. We want to create daily trend graphs with data from each sheet within that workbook. Oppose to creating one master workbook that has all this data (which would be huuuge) I want to create a workbook that pulls in the data points. And sheets are added daily so this would need to be dynamic that once a new sheet of data is added it will update with that day on the graph.

Any method is acceptable including VBA. Let me know if you have any more questions.
 

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jkpieterse

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Have a look at the Data tab, Get Data button, From File, From Folder.
 

lwarren30

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Thanks for the tip. I downloaded Power BI and Power Query. But not sure how to apply this to my project. Any good tutorials?
 

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